General contractors and residential builders report most reliable payment, but cash flow problems persist for everyone in the industry, according to Levelset's 2021 Construction Cash Flow & Payment Report.
Profiles on 23,000 subcontractors in the U.S. indicate how likely individual subcontractors are to pay their suppliers, therefore avoiding potential time-consuming and costly liens on building projects
Published by Levelset and authored by Thea Dudley, The Credit Overlord's Guide to Credit & Collections is available today on Amazon as e-book and paperback.
New master class style online course, led by industry veteran Thea Dudley, coaches Credit Managers of all levels to become experts in their craft
Levelset forms a credit management advisory board to help credit and finance departments in the building material supply and construction equipment rental industries.
This publication is the best news source for financial administrators and business owners dealing with the unique challenges and solutions for managing construction payments.
Construction tech company Levelset announces awards to the contractors that make on-time payments and treat their subcontractors and material suppliers fairly
Levelset Partners with Fieldwire to Release the 2020 National Construction Payment Report.
Levelset discounts the price of a mechanics lien by $150 to help all contractors get paid amid coronavirus pandemic.
Construction software that helps contractors get paid, Levelset, connects contractors to its attorney network for free help and advice during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Construction technology company dedicated to making payments easy for contractors is accelerating document exchange across the industry.
While the founders came from different backgrounds, almost all of them had some connection to the construction industry.
Construction professionals now have access to expert help for dealing with complex issues in construction payment.
Levelset profiles designate firms as fast, medium and slow payers
Construction payment data and industry reviews make it possible to get an inside look at how GCs pay and treat their subs.
Scott Wolfe, CEO of Levelset, discusses the need for technology to incentivize faster B2B payments in the construction space in harmony with regulatory efforts.
The New Orleans-based construction-tech company is offering a software sales training program for job seekers new to the technology industry.
Levelset, which makes payments software for contractors and suppliers in the construction sector, has raised $30 million from Horizons Ventures, according to TechCrunch.
Funding was led by Horizons Ventures with participation from S3 Ventures, Altos Ventures, Operating Venture Capital, and Darren Bechtel
Success with the first class of 14 hires leads to a second round of trainees starting in January.
Don't lose your lien rights to a technicality — know what's due and when
Partnership brings together two best-in-class, cloud-based technology platforms that specialize in construction management solutions for subcontractors and other construction industry businesses.
zlien and the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association signed a settlement agreement, approved and ordered by the Board on the Unauthorized Practice of Law of the Supreme Court of Ohio, confirming zlien's right to help contractors and suppliers doing business in Ohio.
zlien, a construction technology that makes lien rights easy, raises $5 million with Altos Ventures to bring preliminary notices, lien waivers, and the messy lien process into the 21st century.
Lien rights platform, zlien, announced a $1.3M funding round led by Brick & Mortar Ventures to tackle the exchange of lien waivers in construction industry, and launched the industry's first completely free collaborative lien waiver exchange tool.